Golf News

  • Winning PGA Championship Changed Everything For Bradley

    By Lance Hanlin, lhanlin@golfersguide.com Since winning the PGA Championship last year, Keegan Bradley has lived out the dream of every young Boston sports fan. He threw out the first pitch at a Red Sox/Yankees game. He dropped the ceremonial first puck at a Bruins/Panthers game. He flipped the coin before a preseason matchup between the Patriots and Giant ...

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  • ‘The Road To The PGA Championship’ Airs Sunday On CBS

    PGA Professional National Champion Matt Dobyns of Sea Cliff, N.Y., who completed a stunning June debut in the showcase event for PGA professionals, will be one of several PGA professionals featured in the CBS Sports special "The Road to the PGA Championship," which debuts Sunday, July 29, from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. EDT. The program, featuring behind-the-scenes s ...

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  • Stanley Re-Emerges For Canadian Open Fantasy Five

    By Michael Weigand, PGA, ICG The PGA Tour comes back across the pond this week for yet another open championship -- the RBC Canadian Open. Though the Canadian Open garners far less attention than last week's British Open, Canada's open championship is one of the oldest annually held tournaments in golf. And, its history and list of former champions is just ...

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  • CRS Treasurer Joins High School Coaches Hall of Fame

    Jack Long, for many years the treasurer of the Bonita Springs Mens Club - CRS Golfing Club at San Carlos Golf Course was inducted into National High School Athletic Coaches Association Hall of Fame. Jack is an avid golfer at San Carlos Golf Course in Fort Myers Florida. Congratulation Jack! Jack Long Enters Hall of Fame.pdf ...

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  • A Masters Redemption For Els

    By Mark Cardon How do you think the gold ol’ boys at Augusta National are feeling now? Do they have egg on their faces or what? After being snubbed from getting into the Masters earlier in the year, Ernie Els got his redemption Sunday at the 2012 Open Championship, winning by one stroke over Adam Scott. Having dropped down the world rankings, Els di ...

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  • In the Bag: Ernie Els

    Thanks to Adam Scott’s epic collapse, Ernie Els picked up his second British Open Championship on Sunday at Royal Lytham & St. Annes. “The Big Easy” is one of only six golfers to win the U.S. Open and the British Open Championship twice each. Among his 65 career victories are four major championships. Here is what was in Els’ ba ...

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  • ICG Fantasy Five: Westwood's Time Is Now

    By Michael Weigand, PGA, ICG There's just something about the British Open that makes it one of the most enjoyable golf events, not only for spectators but for the players, as well. Combine the fun of morning television coverage, the unique views and layouts of courses that have been around, in many cases, for over 100 years and the change from tradition ...

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  • Watson Chasing Another Major Title

    Bubba Watson already has a green jacket. Now he’s after the Claret Jug. The 33-year-old southpaw has a plan for winning this week’s British Open at Royal Lytham & St. Annes. Instead of going for broke on every shot like normal, Watson plans on playing smart golf. Watson’s best finish in a British Open came last year, when he tied for ...

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  • Johnson Wins John Deere Classic In Playoff

    SILVIS, Ill. -- Zach Johnson won the John Deere Classic on Sunday at TPC Deere Run in Silvis, Ill. Johnson beat Troy Matteson in a playoff, hitting his second shot to a foot for a birdie. It is Johnson’s second win this year and the ninth win of his PGA Tour career. Johnson and Matteson both finished at 264. Scott Piercy finished in third place with a ...

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  • Double Dip: Chapman Charges To Win Again In Michigan Lake Orion

    LAKE ORION, Mich. -- Roger Chapman, with two wins in Michigan this summer and one other in the rest of the world during a long golf career, laughed when asked when he was buying a summer place here. "Soon," he said and smiled. He should also soon consider starting a petition for all major championships in golf to be moved to Michigan. The chap notched his ...

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